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  • Andrea Alarcon to leave post for unspecified period of time

     
    There's been no word from Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa’s top appointee on the Board of Public Works after her leave-of-absence announcement in the wake of a child endangerment investigation....
  • L.A. Councilman Alarcon defends daughter's parenting

     
    The father of L.A. Board of Public Works President Andrea Alarcon said that he is proud of his daughter's efforts as a parent and declared that she has his "full support" in the wake of media reports that she is being investigated on suspicion of child...
  • Plea deal offered to Andrea Alarcon in San Bernardino County DUI case

     
    Prosecutors in San Bernardino County offered a deal to Los Angeles Board of Public Works president Andrea Alarcon that would require her to plead guilty to drunken driving and child endangerment stemming from her arrest near Running Springs two days...
  • Jackie Lacey takes office as county's first female, black D.A.

     
    Promising to lead “without regard to politics or partisanship," Jackie Lacey was sworn in Monday as Los Angeles County’s first female and first African American district attorney. Lacey, 55, giggled briefly as she raised her right hand for the...
  • Jackie Lacey, for the prosecution

    Jackie Lacey, for the prosecution
    It's a tidy coincidence that Jackie Lacey, newly elected as Los Angeles County's first female and first African American district attorney, is a graduate of the city's Susan Miller Dorsey High School, named for L.A.'s first female schools superintendent....
  • Judge: Richard Alarcon, Wife to Stand Trial for Perjury, Fraud

    Judge: Richard Alarcon, Wife to Stand Trial for Perjury, Fraud
    LOS ANGELES -- A Los Angeles judge ruled Tuesday that City Councilman Richard Alarcon and his wife should face trial on voter fraud and perjury charges. Superior Court Judge M.L. Villar de Longoria found that there is "more than substantial" evidence...
  • Steve Cooley and Alan Jackson join Hollywood legal battle

    Steve Cooley and Alan Jackson join Hollywood legal battle
    Former Los Angeles County Dist. Atty. Steve Cooley and former Deputy Dist. Atty. Alan Jackson have joined a high-stakes Hollywood legal battle related to the failed movie business dealings of construction magnate Ron Tutor and a partner. Last month,...
  • D.A. revises policies after complaints of withholding evidence

    D.A. revises policies after complaints of withholding evidence
    Los Angeles County Dist. Atty. Jackie Lacey announced Tuesday that she has issued new policies on when to disclose information about police officer misconduct and other evidence to defense attorneys. The move drew praise from the American Civil...
  • Mayor-elect Eric Garcetti picks longtime advisor to run transition

    Mayor-elect Eric Garcetti picks longtime advisor to run transition
    Los Angeles Mayor-elect Eric Garcetti announced Friday that he has chosen one of his longtime advisors to serve as director of his transition team, helping him identify the hundreds of people who will work in his office and serve as political appointees....
  • Bail Reduction Denied For Accused Assessor John Noguez

    Bail Reduction Denied For Accused Assessor John Noguez
    LOS ANGELES -- Embattled L.A. County Assessor John Noguez will remain behind bars, for now, after a judge rejected defense requests to lower the bail to $100,000. She instead set bail at $1.16 million, which corresponds to the amount the district...
  • Jackie Lacey Sworn in as L.A.'s First Female, Black D.A.

    Jackie Lacey Sworn in as L.A.'s First Female, Black D.A.
    LOS ANGELES -- Promising to lead “without regard to politics or partisanship," Jackie Lacey was sworn in Monday as Los Angeles County’s first female and first African American district attorney. Lacey, 55, giggled briefly as she raised her right hand for...